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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH ISU THE I, E T H B R 1.0 G E 0 A 1 L Y HE R A L I) PAGE THREE MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES DISCHARGED FIREARMS ON SUN- READS THEM LECTURE Nt. 1 No. i Xo. S N N'uf. 2 Nor- A Nor. Vor. No. 5 N'or. No. t No. 3 3 Red 4 Red .71 M ....61 ....St No. 1 Rfd So, 2 Rtd Xo. 3 Red No. i Red No. 5 Ktd Macriih. Alia. March 'Jiy befom MagL-trau- R th? or and Ko. of Uio HciiEC'l Scuuu-s of ('a- nad a. Al I s'J' ii-nr. the expenses lo be bo my taUi Kipport, to irheai. OaKh lri.de Is very'quiet, wilh'jira.c- tiwiilr rwthTng in xheai and ruti. 'out some movement in (lax. moderate, being lejed ibat tirjdc n regular tatgei, 10 the extent fhotg at limes ncnt llirongli (he panes, iLrowing the school into a auj endangering die Ihet oT ___ ___ _, _ teacher and students. acd 215 in sight. jsiaie of affairs inioleraljlo, Minneapolis, j the teacher unseated lo the board, 1M; Ihiluth, 31f Chicago. 41 ears, land I hoy tho nmlUT inUUj .closed. lo lower: j bands of the -ilosinted Pollcp. Tarte, U up to Ji Berlin, liwer; Budapest, I'i louver, and Act- The onUriirix and closing iirtceb ou the local exchange today were as fol- May .Oclohor Open Close SO SOCIAL PAYMOND liavnlond, Alia.. March I. chief event of tin: week hi suu.il was the yarty i by Mnt- ual Inirrovement assoi-ialions of Ray- housn last j 3i'j [Job-............ July............ HO Cloiifig Cash Prices i Korlheru........., 'Mo. 3 Northern 4V........... No. 6 Fted jNo. 1 Winter LNO. Winter .V. I 2.C. W............... F-i. No. 1'Focd KO. r.................. No.-l N.W.C No. C. W mond ai the second nJfri.lj ill I'Or.c-r of Mrs. J. Kvans. who was for four years president of j Jllii combined associations. J The officers of tioth wjrds: with j their jiartners, a few invited j gueatd, were present. Luncli was j gerv ed and a proyriiuinii' rendered. I Those present repoit a vt-ry success- i i ful time. j Tho "JolJy Girls" are aivii.g. a I nance irith luiichcou Friday nighi. j March C, at tho Tht-y t j have a great many frit-nds boih in and j out. of tovn, who have been mUtod, land they expect to have ttie J esl" limo of the reason. j P. To.leslrup is oT- ten the ocera. which liu wiU present Jon -Marc'n 10. He jiromisos .t Ir.eat to lovers of1 music.- Mr." Tollpstnitt I IMS mafce direa'or.'aini gooil.- will" dpnit-' .'.Of [j'.' the ne 'AN OPERA VVRAP at-ucjr uine Hbrrl't Medici cellar, CHARMING NEW SPRING HAT BY LEWIS, PARIS Jtsy Lluly ..Ma." buly Whu Chicago Whcjl SS'4 OUR. SROOMHALL LETTEfl Littrppol, -Jlarch .Amrri-; can cables yesterday and the bearish rfport by snow toRCther with cxpec- Utioiis c.1 larger r.-orld's stiipmcnls j Ihis prompttd rtalizinj nt the jnptains >n'd vahm J lower fol- j loirins the opening, there was in Match, .which advanced 1 Tllh inanity lor Manitoba's, j Tlurins (tie the tnsrtet jnf-; Item furticr tt.r. distant monlhs on the larger ar.rt i rtxtttr piste oSois and a pausr in j ihe ieraanJ' fforo the coMinent. Bpols 'l i 16 lower and Cargoes freely I filferfd a decline. Al l.M p.m.. the WM and prices J lo 1 lower tba'n j j. PRAYING All Kinds Weitern Transfer Co. Limited OJTiet Offkt Sheila im i OH THRILLING LECTURE AGAINST VICE AT STARLAND TONIGHT "Ihe public of. will have their first and last or" hearing Mrs. M. H. SoinervMe in her -sttrrhig against uce at Star- 'laciil tonight. Thft history of.hiunauUy has 'ing tu record jthai'iE marvellous i than ihe sudden and widesr-read in. that, has: been awakened in thu world on the subject of what .bas been jiistly named slave I truly delicate I theme, but one "hidf (he world I has' intlsled; that tbc- truth fibal! be told. And from Tvlioin toulrt (hit Itnith be more" sti forth ithan by a whoie whole j soul is stirred to its very dejith by iniquUouB anU degrading prac- Uicea that have been j.lloTed lo go forward down Into tbe very opening i of this most, enlightened of the cen- itiiriee.1 The story told in this lec- ture, and amply illustrated by the Iit- test clereoptlcon sliilts. is not wholly, nor even largely, the lecturer's lit Is u ropular 'setting forth of tr.e resulls of the experiences of t'aplaia i Owen social sur- I a, nuinbVr of the star of ttara the Ice sure platform. Pro- no single man iu the world to- J.day knows as-rnuch about crime and ..j.crlmiDals as Wjard. '-The lecture -isCfipyroved of by Mrs. EJeorge Keiby- jjresident of tbe Y. Calgacy: Kemp, o' the rtedpatah Howellj or the byceum n'ur- eau, and Cliarlef- I.. Horard. president >Ioatana_ University. 'HIS IRISH HONOR" PLEASED BIG AUDIENCE Tom Marks ar.d Us clever support- ing company successfully nphcld their reputation for the creation of mirth and' laughter, which reigned at the Sherman Theatre last evening, a i-omedy success tu Irisb llonor." ia their usually brilliant manner, to an appreciative capacity audience. Mr. Marks, as Win. Joyce, 'Who impersonates Gen- eral Fuller of the S. army, "witb! iho able assistance .oE I Christopher Cutting lulayfiii well by tChrla AllenV "fixes" 'into all sorts of which is fin- Sally very r'ievevly filralghtened out. I Miss Van Orrl-n as Isabelle Dare: JMIE5 G. ?lai'rii Harriet Sterling, laTiil W. L Phillip as Tlnstings. tare very capal'V. During the Mr. Marks j WPS resporiMb.c for real Rerious ex- jiresaions In eradicate the oa faces in nudience, when jjje maJe ;i ptatemeiit to llie effect 1 that anyone joining hands in the holy bonds of matrimony on the'stage af- I tt-r the- Saiiirtlay evening ficrfonn- iflnce. wojild b" made Ih? rfcipipnt of j ?oO.OO from Tonight Mr. Harks ami com- I pany are "Bmaht snrj Pai'1 F'nrf'J which, lie states, is one u! tlio bc.sl In his rerertotre. and In whicli !thev. shonld excel. 'I: ff ff RESTLESS 3P1RH" AT THE BIJOU 1 hi {.resenting Warren Kerrigan as a Universal .slnr, the nrotlnccrs bavo A I'liolo-'.rfar of nniiannl In- (eresl. Warren" a This [nortel is 'made en'.irely Martins Baggage Transfer 1386 Phone Cireful Public Auction AT LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALE BARN On Saturday, March 7th REX TRANSFER Alls. Suddlerj- Co. PHONE 670 CANIPUL, QUICK IIRVIC6 5 GOOD DRAFT MAnES, ALL YOUNG, GOOD GELDINGS 1 TROTTING BELLE" 2 YEAflLING COLTS 2 WAGONS, 3 DISCS, 3 SETS HARNESS. PHONE 1552 To-day EMPRESS To-day Harry C. Willis and Miss Hazel Dell When Mountain and Valley Meet" Presenting their jnlm.tabit Ventriloqulal Act with Jerry and Sarah. Don't Two Parts A Marvel I ou( and Interesting Lufciin Masterpiece CHILDREN'S SATURDAY MATINEE 5 CENTS IS CENT9 COMPLIMENTftRK EMTERTftlNMENT The Red Cross Drug Book Co. have purchased the Bijou Theatre for Monday afternoon next, March 9th and are tendering all the PUPILS OF THE CITY SCHOOLS a Complimentary Entertainment and will show the Western picture "Arizona." We invite all Boys and Girls of the City to.call at our store and get a FREE TICKET I PrCTURES SHOWN FROM 2.30 TO 5.00 RED CROSS DRUG AND You don't have to buy anything, simply call after school and ticket. You are our guests. Open to all toys and girls, get a jiarl that. Tils him like a Ho F eh en ail kinds of chances that I cliops all Ihc overworked s.tua' lions .inU grips Jlke slccl right Into j liio hparr. whh the jioetiy of romance ar.rl UK suggcstivcneas. j Keyless ijplril" is a real drama i that UicliGp A lesson. It fs of- the kind imnresscs with its originaj- ity, from tlic tact it foa- lures in a great nari such a splendid ns Warren Kerrlgnu and sucli R charming character as PauUr.e U'.isli. ,-S1lau Dwan wrolr (he play, anrt il wns susRested by firav'fi Von sbonUl den "Tho for 1( is a and intrnrtuccs manjr novnl anrt interesting Bllu- LAST TWO DAYS OF WiLLfS 4 DELL The a pet-la I at It-nil on amuse- ment lonnp public of Is called to the facl that today and to- morrop-'. Sati.nlay, those popular and et another c-liangp jtortay and will. i.iaRp, no llcifs In leu OHJS, When it Today BIJOU Today SOMETHING NEW 3 PART DRAMA SOMETHINQ NEW Warren Kerrigan in Restless Spirit This Play Filt Handsome Warren Like i Glove Universal Weekly His Wife's Burglar A Good Comedy "BOYS" ARIZONA Is Here Monday .1 u m t.1 borne in mind that each proqra.it j I.ibiilcn consist? of four or live acts, all of p'H tbe best and most refiner! character. tfihr; i. the extent of their repertoire is cvid- 1 r? enl, an3 (heir ability to render it in j wiin n manner that Ime afforded1 Ihe hicli eat plcsfiiire to all tvlio have seen ami hoard them, undoubtedly ihein np brhiJt HT> clever ncojilc Indeed. On last two clays, (he ever poj> Tilac .Ip'rry and Sarah. Uio toniltnl mannikins, nln liu-.'.ir.etl. I Mr. Willie a fyvllier ex- (if is njn- m have sonio- The IMPW fii-U r! will aEalr; tlclfgbi sTl nr.fi "IVt.Pn and Meet." R 1 tvro-rerl r.jll bt> vrinrirai ItPin among a lot 'if SorH and Ihe l-rofijaiiinx; 1? onfr not to. ho mlsRe-J by those llkg tinV etiU'i't-TinnieuL ;